You have to appreciate the irony in Democrats with substantive allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse against women leading the charge against Brett Kavanaugh.

Cory Booker tried once again to be Spartacus during the Kavanaugh hearings yesterday, railing against Kavanaugh and speaking words of comfort to Ford. That’s rich coming from a man who, by his own admission, groped a friend in his teenage years even “after having my hand pushed away.”

While not a Senator present at yesterdays hearings, Rep. Keith Ellison has also been among the Democrats calling for the FBI to investigate Kavanaugh, while Ellison himself has series allegations of abuse levied against him by an ex-girlfriend. Unlike the allegations against Kavanaugh, those made against Ellison have been backed up by phone voicemails, video evidence, and medical records. Despite that, only 5% of Democrats believe Ellison’s accuser (who is a Democrat herself – one thing she does have in common with Kavanaugh’s accuser).

Thanks to an invite from Dianne Feinstein, Alyssa Milano was present at yesterdays hearings to help promote the narrative that Kavanaugh is an abuser (while ignoring allegations against their own party members).

According to the Daily Wire, ” Milano landed a prime seat for the Kavanaugh-Ford hearing on Thursday so she could display solidarity with Ford and make a “power statement” by “staring down” Kavanaugh, some missed one key detail: the sign she occasionally flashed at the hearing. Milano also led a group of anti-Kavanaugh activists around the Capitol on Wednesday, pounding on doors and shouting, “Open the door, hear the stories!” and “No more silence. No more. Never again!”

Here’s a picture of that sign Kavanaugh never saw:

Alyssa Milano Brett Kavanaugh

Milano documented her day on Twitter:

I can’t imagine what the point of Feinstein inviting Milano to attend is, other than to help promote a contrived narrative against Kavanaugh that no honest observer who watched the hearing themselves would believe. You wouldn’t see Milano reporting on Feinstein lying during her opening statement yesterday, or Feinstein throwing Ford under the bus in implying that she was the one who leaked her letter to the media (which would mean that Ford lied under oath).

Regardless of whatever the plan was, it didn’t work. Every Republican will be voting to confirm Kavanaugh – and they might even pick up one Democrat (Joe Manchin) to do the same.